The report, citing two Weinstein Company officials speaking on condition of anonymity, said the producer had reached at least eight settlements with women after being confronted with allegations including sexual harassment and unwanted physical contact.
She went on to add: "The New York Times allegations, if true, would constitute sexual harassment". "My understanding is that Mr. Weinstein and his board are moving toward an agreement", her tweet said.
Her resignation comes a day after she revealed to ABC News why she chose to respond to the New York Timesreport, despite making a career of representing women claiming sexual harassment cases.
"But this was a high-profile individual who did some truly very bad things, and people that took money from him should probably give it back", he said. And deep down you know you are even dirtier.
In the latest update, in a interview with the New YorkPost, Mr Weinstein claimed his British wife was standing by him "100 per cent" and said the New York Times had "a vendetta" against him.
The alleged victims, as reported by the Times, were at the time of the alleged incidents in various positions, from an assistant to a model to actress Ashley Judd. Weinstein has been close to party luminaries for decades.
Bloom told Stephanopoulos that she was not suggesting that Judd was lying. "The woman who chose to speak about their experience of harassment by Harvey Weinstein deserve our awe".
Some candidates and organizations are giving the film mogul's money away - specifically, to women. "I mean, this is a pretty bad guy who did some really terrible things and, you know, if people need for that money to be returned in order to make it clear that the entities that received them want nothing to do with him and his behavior, then, you know, it's probably a smart move". This is a very different day.